Status and Details

Status and Details

This page contains information about the status, approval and implementation of this document, contact details for enquiries about document application/interpretation, and a brief summary of changes between this and the previous version.

Child Safe Reporting Procedure Vietnam

Status Current
Effective Date 6th March 2023
Review Date 22nd June 2027
Approval Authority Chief Operating Officer
Approval Authority - Admin Changes Senior Policy Advisor
Approval Date 22nd June 2022
Expiry Date Not Applicable
Policy Author Bridgid Connors
Chief People Officer
Policy Owner Teresa Finlayson
Chief Operating Officer
Enquiries Contact Safer Community team
+61 3 9925 2396

Summary of Changes from Previous Version

06/03/2023: Document republished with updated Approval Authority on the Status and Details page. No other changes were made from the previous version of the document. The Victorian Child Safe Standards legislation requires all RMIT staff, students, and associates to take all reasonable steps to remove or reduce the risks of harm to children. The legislation sets out how organisations must embed child safety and respond to suspected child abuse, child harm, risk of harm, and neglect. While Victorian child safety legislation does not apply in the context of Vietnam, the Child Safe Reporting Procedure Vietnam strives to align with the National Principles for Child Safe Organisations and the Victorian Child Safe Standards to contribute to RMIT’s global child safe culture to ensure that young people under 18 years of age are protected from harm. It enables RMIT to detect and respond to child safety concerns and more effectively prevent them from occurring. The policy is effective from 1 July 2022 (the effective date noted above is the date the policy was published in this Register).

Clauses Amended:Procedure: All